VIDEO: Nearly 15,000 Blacktip Sharks Seen Migrating Along Florida’s East Coast

By  //  March 12, 2019

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on Delicious Digg This Stumble This

this year's number of sharks higher than last year

ABOVE VIDEO: Sharks are migrating in larger numbers along the Florida coast than in the previous year, researchers say.

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA (FOX 35) – Sharks are migrating in larger numbers along the Florida coast than in the previous year, researchers say.

Researchers with Florida Atlantic University track the migration of blacktip sharks along the U.S. coastal waters off Florida’s southern coast and have for more than eight years.

Professor Stephen Kajiura, Ph.D. and his team track the sharks using boat, plane, and drone to report their whereabouts. They also tag and release them so they can track their path.

On any given day, researchers have reported as many as 15,000 sharks, however, last year, the blacktip shark numbers were smaller.

CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE ON FOX 35

THE SAFEWISE REPORT: How to Avoid Becoming Shark Bait – A Decade of Shark AttacksRelated Story:
THE SAFEWISE REPORT: How to Avoid Becoming Shark Bait – A Decade of Shark Attacks

CLICK HERE FOR BREVARD COUNTY NEWS


Click here to contribute your news or announcements Free